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Comments on: Beet It All Things Tasty 2010-10-23T00:04:25Z WordPress By: Alisa@Foodista Alisa@Foodista 2009-04-19T15:36:28Z 2009-04-19T15:36:28Z Great article! Beets are a fave in the house.

By: Barry I. Strum Barry I. Strum 2009-04-17T12:35:04Z 2009-04-17T12:35:04Z Nice article. The Italians have a specialty beet that I grow each year: Chiogga….the candy stripe beet. Great tasting, beautiful to look at, with its alternating red & white rings.

Great appetizer @ Rigsby’s Cuisine Volatile in Columbus, Oh…beets with Skordalia (the greek potato/garlic/almond mixture).

Replace the pork and add a pice of flanken and you get winter borscht ala the Shtetls of East European Jewry.

As a cold soup, borscht with a boiled potato and sour cream is a Yiddish Gazpacho (though I think the Latin world would take vigorous exception to that characterization)..